|Timelines of the Industrial Revolution||Industrial Revolution Timeline|
|Understanding the Industrial Revolution Timeline||Industrial Revolution Textile Machinery Timeline|
|Women in the Workplace During the Industrial Revolution|
|The Plight of Women's Work in the Early Industrial Revolution in England and Wales||Women in the Workplace|
|Women in the Workplace: Labor Unions||Women in the Industrial Revolution|
Academic Kids' Encyclopedia : The Industrial Revolution: Complete historical facts
The Industrial Revolution: A complete history
Growth and Transformation: Facts and information
History of The Industrial Revolution: From History World, the story of the Industrial Revolution
How Stuff Works: The Industrial Revolution: Introduction to Industrial Revolution, Effects of the Industrial Revolution, Background, Industrialization of England, Spread of the Industrial Revolution
Important Inventors, Inventions, and Events of the Industrial Revolution: Facts, information, photographs
The Industrial Revolution: Historical facts and information
Industrial Revolution: Timeline, Facts, and Resources
Introduction to the Industrial Revolution: Historical Facts
Industrial Revolution Links: Links to sites which contain information about the Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution Websites Websites which present information and facts about the Industrial Revolution
The Two Countries That Invented the Industrial Revolution: Facts and graphics
19th Century Schoolbooks: Text and graphics
The Victorian Web: Politics, social issues, philosophy, religion, science, technology and culture of the Victorian Age
|Inventions Important to the Industrial Revolution|
|Automobile||History of Cars and Engines|
|History of the Automobile||Automobile History|
|Looms||Invention of the Jacquard Loom|
|Power Looms||Edmund Cartwright and the Power Loom|
|California State Railroad Museum: Railroad History|
|Central Pacific Railroad Museum: First Transcontinental Railroad||Wikipedia: Building the Southern Pacific Railroad|
|History of the Railroads||Union Pacific Railroad History|
|Steamboat History||Steamboat History Timeline|
|Steam Engine||History of the Steam Engine|
|Kew Bridge Steam Museum||How Stuff Works: The Steam Engine|
|Telephone History||Invention of the Telephone|
Top 10 Significant Industrial Revolution Inventors: Brief facts and information about the inventor and the invention
|George Washington Carver|
|George Washington Carver: Biographical information||George Washington Carver|
|Alexander Graham Bell|
|Alexander Graham Bell Invents the Telephone||Bell's Telephone|
|John Deere||History of the Tractor|
|Rudolf Diesel||History of the Diesel Engine|
|Thomas Alva Edison||Thomas Alva Edison - His life and work|
|Edison and the Light bulb||ThomasEdison.com - Complete facts|
|Thomas Edison - Photos and Facts||Edison's Miracle of Light - from PB S|
Edison Muckers: Did you Know that Thomas Edison referred to his researchers as “muckers”, and later on they even formed a fraternal organization “Muckers of the Edison Laboratory”! Learn all about Thomas Edison's Inventions at this very informative site.
|Cyrus Field||The Great Transatlantic Cable|
|Benjamin Franklin: The World of Benjamin Franklin||Benjamin Franklin - Inventor|
|Robert Fulton||Robert Fulton: The First Steamboat|
|Richard Guest||Richard Guest: The Steam Loom 1823|
|Elias Howe: The Invention of the Sewing Machine||Elias Howe: A biography|
|Cyrus Hall McCormick||Cyrus McCormick Invents the Reaper|
|Samuel Morse||Samuel Morse - The telegraph|
|Samuel Morse||History of the Telegraph|
|Isaac Singer Improves the Sewing Machine||Isaac Merritt Singer|
|Nicola Tesla||Nikola Testa Biography|
|Nikola Tesla||Nicola Tesla from PBS|
|James Watt - a biography||James Watt - Complete Biographical Information|
|James Watt||Invention of the Steam Engine|
|Eli Whitney||The Cotton Gin and Eli Whitney|
|Eli Whitney||Wikipedia Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin|
|Inventors and Inventions Links|
|Invention Dimension||The National Inventors Hall of Fame|
|Inventors and Inventions||National Inventors Hall of Fame|
Have Fun with History: Citizenship and Immigration: Packed full of information concerning the diversity of our nation, its principles, and ideals. It also includes concise histories of the founding of our nation, and its development along the way and the legacy of Ellis Island and the immigrants who passed through; FREE streaming videos from Have Fun with History.com.
History.com: America's History - Immigration: EXCELLENT videos with historical information about Immigration
U.S. Immigration History: Significant Historic Dates in U.S. immigration history; historical facts and information site.
|Angel Island||Angel Island History|
|The Chinese - Journey to America||Asian-Americans -Links to Important Asian Immigration Sites|
|The English||The English - Journey to America|
|Ellis Island History||Welcome to Ellis Island: Its History|
|Wikipedia: Ellis Island - The History||History.com: Ellis Island History Videos|
|The Story of Irish Immigration to the United States||Irish Immigration - historical facts|
|The Irish Potato Famine in the United States||Views of Famine Irish Immigration|
|Japanese Immigration||Japanese Immigration|
|History of Japanese Immigration||The Japanese - Journey to America: A History|
|Wikipedia: Swedish Immigration||Swedish Immigration - a history|
|Causes of Swedish Emigration||Swedish Immigration to the United States|
Introduction to the How Immigration Works: Facts and information
*The Industrial Revolution started in England around 1733 with the first cotton mill.
*The Industrial Revolution began in America after Samuel Slater, known as the "Father of the Industrial Revolution", brought the textile factory reconstructed a cotton-spinning machine which brought the textile factory.
*The Industrial Revolution began the modernization of America as Items that were once handmade in homes were now beginning to be produced in factories.
*Factories in the United States need cheap labor and began employing children, some as young as the age of 6, and women.
*There were many important inventors and inventions during the Industrial Revolution.
*Women mostly found jobs in domestic service, textile factories, and piece work shops, and coal mines during the Industrial Revolution. They also worked in the coal mines. Factory work for women was were often unsanitary and the work dangerous.
American History Calendar: A calendar site showing American history in a unique way: through a user-friendly web calendar. Birthdays of important people in American history and important events in American history can be viewed; interactive - browse through it and display details on a specific person or event. A printer friendly version of the calendar is also available.
Smithsonian National Museum of American History Search Engine: Discover history through objects, photographs, interactive timelines: Complete archived collections - excellent!
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American Memory Learning Page of the Library of Congress: Historical collections of photographs, documents, motion pictures, and sound recordings about American culture and history - SEARCHABLE by keyword
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The Biographic Dictionary: Covers more than 33,000 notable men and women who have shaped our world from ancient times to the present day- SEARCHABLE by keyword
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